|29th Treasurer of California|
January 7, 1991 – January 2, 1995
|Preceded by||Thomas Hayes|
|Succeeded by||Matt Fong|
Kathleen Lynn Brown
September 25, 1945
San Francisco, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||George Rice (divorced)|
Van Gordon Sauter
|Relatives||Pat Brown (Father)|
Bernice Layne Brown (Mother)
Jerry Brown (Brother)
|Education||Stanford University (BA)|
Fordham University (JD)
Brown is an attorney-politician, and was elected to the Los Angeles City Board of Education in 1975, then re-elected in 1979. She was a member of the Los Angeles Board of Public Works 1987–89. She was elected California State Treasurer in 1990.
Brown campaigned for governor of California (the third Brown family member after her father and brother), but was defeated by incumbent Republican Governor Pete Wilson (he also defeated Jerry Brown for one of California's U.S. Senate seats in 1982) in the 1994 gubernatorial election.
Prior to joining Manatt, she was head of public finance for the Midwest region for Goldman Sachs, after taking positions as president of private banking for Bank of America 1995–2000, and as head of public sector and infrastructure investment for Goldman Sachs from 2001 to 2010. Staying in California for public sector banking would have likely posed a potential conflict of interest.
Brown is a graduate of Stanford University and Fordham University School of Law. She had three children with her first husband, George Rice, then divorced him. Then, she married Van Gordon Sauter, at one time President of CBS News, and they have five grown children. Her dog, named Sutter, was given to Jerry Brown, and became California's First Dog in 2011.
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- "Comings & Goings: Kathleen Brown Returns to Law". The Wall Street Journal.
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- "PolitiCal". Los Angeles Times. December 15, 2010.
- "L.A. Unleashed". Los Angeles Times. February 16, 2011.
- "Board of Directors - Sempra". www.sempra.com. Retrieved March 1, 2018.
|Party political offices|
| Democratic nominee for Treasurer of California
| Democratic nominee for Governor of California
| Treasurer of California
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